I have written two previous articles on how to configure Lion Server’s built in database solution, PostgreSQL. In this video, I’ll show you how to quickly and simply get Postgres up and running.
It’s been vastly covered by everyone, Lion Server doesn’t come with MySQL. It was replaced by PostgreSQL. So what do all of the WordPress users out there do? Well, it’s still possible to get MySQL installed on to your 10.7 Server – here’s how…
Since the dust has now settled from the launch of Lion, I am now getting some time to sit down and run through some of the features available in OS X Lion Server. In this article I am going to take a look at customising the Lion Login Window. We will look at both setting a User Agreement (or Acceptable Use Policy) and at the control Profile Manager gives us over the login process.
With the recent release of Lion and Lion Server we covered a few of the missing features we were previous used to seeing in an OS X Server release. One noticeable absentee was MySQL, which we later discovered to be replaced by PostgreSQL. In this article we will take a look at how to connect to Lion’s built in PostgreSQL services.